if you think it's going to 11 then by all means, muster up as much cash as you can and short the F out of this thing. I'll be buying right before you cover under 200.
it would be a great entry point because it won't stay down there very long because they will start beating estimates after this quarter. Not to mention that every year for the next 3 years they will unveil a new design that will fill the preorder pipeline much like model 3 did. Watch for a small crossover designed like the X at a more reasonable price with only two rows of seats (think X5 vs X3 for BMW). Then look for a convertible of some type and a truck of some type. These guys will be filling future orders for years.
Companies many times have problem with demand, Tesla doesn't, it's a supply problem. Once they ramp the infrastructure to meet demand and pump out the best batteries in the business at the best price point (3 years away), they will be making hand over fist.
I can easily see annual demand as follows in 5 years -
Model 3 - 225k a year
Model S - 55k a year
Model X - 40K a year
Small Model X - 55K a year
Truck - 75k a year
Convertible - 50k a year
500k cars a year -
exactly right about using the secondary money. They have shown wall street and the public that they have enough demand for their model 3 that a secondary to fund the production of a product that will add $14 bill in sales with orders just in the first week makes a lot of sense and will be welcomed and applauded by large investors.
My best guess is a secondary near term and a miss in Q1 will probably drive the stock under $200 and that will be a great entry point.
yes. that's good resale value. the owner got a 10k tax benefit. so he's selling it for like a 10k discount from new. Less than 10% depreciation.
so you are actually making the case that their will be demand out there for used Model S's. Good job. I agree. They only have to sell 200k model 3 a year long term, which they will.
no one wants the 2013 because they aren't able to have autopilot. They are actually smoking deals for people who don't care about that. That 2015 p90d isn't that bad of a price. Considering the owner got $10k in rebates. So that car cost them around 115k after incentives. They got a good price at 105k. The only really discounted cars are the 2012 and 2013 because of lack of auto pilot and they were the first ones built.
The 2014 and newer cars are all solid on the secondary market.
Lol. Ya right they are done covering and shorting more. You can't find shares to short mr Einstein. So as the shares go up people will be forced to cover because they can't short more. Even at this level the shorts are in more trouble than the longs.
If this breaks 285 then it's game over for the shorts because this is going clear into the 300s.
kbodie - this whole thread, you and your paid basher buddies (might just be you with a bunch of log in), are all a joke. you have not idea what you are talking about.
yahoo poster with meatballs in their name warms of drop coming shortly - HUGE BUY SIGNAL
ya, big gap down when the model 3 pre order blow through 300,000 tonight. lol. 6 days after the reveal. That's more pre orders that the analysts were saying they would get in 3 months.
you don't buy a charger. An electrician installs a plug in your garage and you plug the car into it. The charging cord comes with the purchase of the car. Oh, and it costs roughly .04 cents a mile to charge off peak hours.